CryptoCloaks Disguises RIOT Mining Facility as Black Lives Matter Protest So Government Will Stop Targeting Them

CryptoCloaks Disguises RIOT Mining Facility as Black Lives Matter Protest So Government Will Stop Targeting Them

Rockdale, Texas – RIOT Blockchain hired small 3d Printing business CryptoCloaks to help make its Rockdale, Texas mining facility look like a large Black Lives Matter Protest in an attempt to get the federal government to stop targeting its business.

RIOT also announced a lawsuit against the federal government which demanded the publicly traded Bitcoin miner provide information on exactly how much electricity its mining facilities consumed prompting the government to halt its draconian, overreaching program.

In a press release RIOT announced that it had taken multiple steps to defend itself against government tyranny including legal action and hiring an outside company, that company being CryptoCloaks, to create a disguise which it hopes will confuse the government. "Black Lives Matter protests have pretty much full immunity to do whatever they want, legal or illegal. Presumably, this includes using as much energy as they want without any scrutiny from the government" a spokesman told The Bugle.

"We want to assure investors that this is not really a protest and no mining operations are being halted or at risk from a crowd becoming unruly and damaging equipment. The crowd is entirely fake and fabricated by the talented CryptoCloaks professionals" RIOT added.

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